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Jewish worship

Author: Abraham Ezra Millgram
Publisher: Philadelphia : Jewish Publication Society of America, 1971. ©1971
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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This work of immense Scholarship (673 pages) is well-documented and written with scholarship and love. Chapter 7 deals with Shabbat liturgy (p. 161-198), which is discussed in detail with a special focus on historical development.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Abraham Ezra Millgram
ISBN: 0827600038 9780827600034
OCLC Number: 300592
Language Note: Text in English.
Description: xxiii, 673 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Contents: The Siddur: a precious spiritual possession --
The Jewish book of common prayer --
A unique product of the Jewish genius --
A mirror of the Jewish soul --
A beloved treasure --
What is prayer? --
The heart has many chambers --
Prayers of petition --
Thanksgiving and praise --
Study as a form of worship --
The ideal prayer --
The spiritual crisis of the modern Jew --
Is prayer answered? --
Some theological questions and answers --
In defense of prayer --
"The righteous lives by his faith" --
The mystic experience --
A spiritual force --
How to pray --
Kavvanah, the key to prayer --
Spontaneity and regularity in prayer --
Preparation for prayer --
Praying with the congregation --
Praying for the congregation --
The language of prayer --
The holy tongue --
An intelligent piety --
Part One: The foundations of Jewish worship --
1. Hebrew worship in ancient days --
The temple cult --
A glance at thirteen hundred years of history --
The sacrificial cult in primitive society --
The sacrificial cult in Israel --
The centralization of worship in Jerusalem --
Spiritualization of the temple service --
The effect of the Babylonian captivity on the temple service --
The temple service during the second commonwealth --
The uniqueness of the temple service --
The rationalization of the sacrificial cult --
2. Prayer in Bible and temple days --
Prayer in bible times --
The book of Psalms --
The origin of the synagogue --
Study of the Torah as worship --
The teachers of the synagogue --
The liturgy of the temple service --
The coexistence of the temple and the synagogue --
3. National tragedy and spiritual consolidation --
The reorganized Sanhedrin at Yavneh --
Preservation of the memory of the temple --
Rabbi Gamaliel II and the canonization of the liturgy --
4. The framework of Jewish worship --
The simple structure of the Jewish liturgy --
The Hebrew benediction --
The benediction: a foundation stone of Jewish prayer --
The origin and development of the benediction --
The importance of the benediction in Jewish worship --
The shema: first core unit of the Jewish liturgy --
The biblical selections of the shema --
The benedictions of the shema in the morning service --
The benedictions of the shema in the evening service --
The tefillah: second core unit of the Jewish liturgy --
Organization of the tefillah --
The origin of the tefillah --
The tefillah for Sabbaths, festivals, and holy days --
The service of the heart --
Teaching the Torah: third core unit of the Jewish liturgy --
The benedictions of the Torah --
The Torah portions read in the synagogue --
Translation of the Torah reading into the vernacular --
The privileged status of the Kohen and the Levite --
The reading of the Haftarah --
The homily in the ancient synagogue --
The rabbis as teachers --
Part two: The Siddur: its organization and contents. 5. A glance at eight centuries of Jewish history --
The second revolt against Rome --
The compilation of the Mishnah --
The ascendancy of the Babylonian Jewish community --
The age of the geonim --
The rise of Mohammedanism and the Karaite schism --
6. Expansion of the weekday services --
The enlargement of the shema benedictions --
The nineteenth benediction of the tefillah --
The Kedushah --
Prayers for rain --
The modem of the rabbis --
The variant version of the last benediction --
The concluding prayer of the tefillah --
The abbreviated tefillah --
The introductory prayer sections --
The verses of praise --
The early morning benedictions --
The morning blessings --
The obligation to study Torah --
The abbreviated shema --
Symbolic participation in the temple ritual --
Preparation for the morning prayers --
"A redeemer will come to Zion" --
The Kaddish --
The reader's Kaddish --
The afternoon service --
The evening service --
7. The crystallization of the Sabbath services --
The Friday evening service --
The seven benedictions --
The congregational Kiddush --
The Sabbath morning service --
additional verses of praise --
The new synagogue poetry (piyut) --
Early pirutim in the Sabbath service --
The Sabbath morning tefillah --
Reading from the scriptures --
The ritual of taking out and returning the scroll to the ark --
Reading from the Torah --
The official Torah reader --
Reading from the prophets --
Special prayers --
The yekum purkan prayers --
Prayer for the government --
The additional (musaf) tefillah --
The Kedushah of the musaf tefillah --
The Sabbath afternoon service --
Study of avot (fathers) --
The Saturday evening service --
8. The liturgy of the major festivals --
Historic background --
The Passover --
The feast of weeks --
The feast of tabernacles the second-day festival of the Diaspora --
The liturgy of the major festivals --
The essential benediction of the festival tefillah --
The hallel --
The readings from the scriptures --
The festival musaf tefillah --
The priestly blessing --
The intermediate days of the festivals --
Special prayer units in the festival liturgy --
Counting the Omer --
Hoshanot --
Prayers for rain and dew --
Simhat Torah --
9. The liturgy of the high holy days --
The month of elul --
The selihot services --
The development of the selihot services --
The thirteen divine attributes --
The confession of sins --
The Rosh Hashanah services --
The Shaharit service --
The scriptural readings --
The shofar service --
The musfar service --
The ten days of penitence --
The day of atonement --
The kol nidre "prayer" --
The Yom Kippur evening service --
The confession of sins --
The selihot of the Yom Kippur services --
The shaharit and musaf services --
The avodah --
The scriptural readings --
The readings from the prophets --
The afternoon and the closing services. 10. The liturgy of the minor festivals and fast days --
The semifestival of the new moon --
The liturgy of Rosh Hodesh --
Blessing the new month --
The consecration of the moon --
The feasts of Hanukah and Purim --
The liturgy of the feast of lights --
The liturgy of the feast of lots --
The major and minor fast days --
The fast of Tish Be-Av --
The three weeks --
The evening service --
The morning service --
The afternoon service --
Words of comfort --
Other fast days commemorating the fall of the temple --
The fast of Esther --
The fast of the firstborn --
Completing the study of a Rabbinic text --
11. Private and home worship --
Prayers at rising in the morning and retiring at night --
Grace before and after meals --
Home worship on Sabbaths and festivals --
Kindling the Sabbath and festival lights --
The Kiddush --
The Havdalah --
The Passover Seder --
Early stages in the development of the Seder --
The preliminary part of the Seder --
The organization pattern of the Haggadah --
Some additional domestic rites --
The search for leaven --
Building a Sukkah --
Kindling the Hanukah lights --
12. Rites of initiation, marriage, and burial --
The covenant of Abraham --
Redemption of the firstborn --
Admission of proselytes --
The marriage service --
Funeral rites --
confession on the deathbed --
The funeral oration --
Justifying the divine dispensations --
13. Rites, symbols, and ceremonies of Jewish worship --
The place of worship --
Synagogue architecture --
The synagogue interior --
Torah ornaments --
Women's gallery --
Storeroom for discarded sacred texts --
Art in the synagogue --
The congregational quorum --
Ritual garb --
The Tallit --
The Tefillin --
Shoes and hats --
Deportment at worship --
Silence and loudness --
Postures at prayer --
Symbolic gestures --
Acts of expiation, atonement, and mourning --
The music of the synagogue --
Cantillations of the Bible --
Traditional chants of the liturgy --
The end of the matter --
14. The First Siddur --
The oral tradition of the synagogue --
The development of local rites --
The crystallization of local rites --
The mainstreams of the tradition --
Ashkenazic and Sephardic Minhagim --
Some liturgic differences --
Coexistence of the Minhagim --
Reciprocal influence --
Should there be a uniform Minhag in all synagogues? --
Relaxation of the ban on transcribing the prayers --
Rabbi Amram Goan's Siddur --
Rabbi Saadia Goan's Siddur --
The first Ashkenazic Siddur. 15. The theology of the Siddur --
"Our Father, our king" --
"The Lord is one" --
God's "treasured possession" --
God's covenant with Israel --
The Messianic ideal in Judaism --
The kingship of God --
Prayers for the coming of the Messiah --
The rabbinic theodicy --
The people and the land of Israel --
"I am the Lord your God" --
16. Ethical teachings in the Siddur --
Moral behavior in the liturgy --
Restraint in the face of abuse --
Reverence of God's name --
Concern for the unlettered --
The sanctification of God's name --
Kiddush Hashem in the liturgy --
"You shall be holy to your God" --
Part Three: Expansion of the Siddur during the Middle Ages --
17. The Synagogue's confrontation with the church --
The parting of the ways --
Hostility between the Jews and the early Christians --
Anti-Christian polemics in the Jewish liturgy --
Adjustment under adversity --
The Justinian edict --
Strategy of resistance --
The legacy of the crusaders --
The slaughter of the Jews in the Rhineland --
Yahrzeit and Yizkor observances --
The unending medieval persecutions --
Christian sermons in the synagogue --
Censorship of the Alenu prayer --
The somber nature of medieval prayers --
Dirges and martyrologies --
Penitential prayers (Tahanun) --
Effects of persecution on the religious poetry --
Church and synagogue (Two views) --
18. New institutions and new prayers --
The Bar Mitzvah observance --
The Torah processions on Simhat Torah (Hakafot) --
Casting away the sins (Tashlik) --
The Sabbath evening parental blessings --
Occasional prayers --
Devotional prayers in the Vernacular (Tehinnot) --
19. The mystic stream in Jewish liturgy --
Some aspects of Jewish mysticism --
The early mystics and their impact on the liturgy --
The central European mystics and the cult of the prayer book --
The Zohar (The book of splendor) --
The golden age of Kabbalism --
Rabbi Isaac Luria and his disciples --
Kabbalistic influences on the Siddur --
Mystic meditations --
Kabbalistic prayers --
Table hymns (Zemirot) --
Welcoming the Sabbath --
Moments of divine grace --
Midnight vigils --
The early risers --
Whole-night vigils --
The impact of the Kabbala on the Siddur. 20. The liturgy of the Hasidim --
Some Hasidic doctrines --
How to pray --
Aids to prayer --
Changes in the liturgy --
The Shtiebel --
Conflict with the Mitnagdim --
An enlightened view of Hasidism --
21. The rise of Hazanut --
The role of the Hazan --
The musical tradition of the synagogue --
Foreign music in the synagogue --
The florid style of Hazanut --
Excesses and decline --
Reactions to the excesses of the Hazanim --
Renewal of Hazanut in the modern synagogue --
22. The decline of preaching --
The master preachers of old --
Prolongation of the services by Piyutim --
Prolongation of the services by Hazanut --
The medieval Rabbi --
The Rabbinate as an honorary occupation --
Preaching in the Sephardic synagogue --
The professionalization of the Rabbinate --
The itinerant preacher (Maggid) --
The framework of the Maggid's sermon --
The Dubno Maggid --
Renewal of Rabbinic preaching in modern times --
23. The invention of the printing press --
The printed Siddur --
Competition among publishers --
The genesis of the Ashkenazic Mahzor --
Consolidation of Minhagim --
Handy collections --
The beloved Siddur --
24. The synagogue in premodern times --
The synagogue triumphant --
The synagogue as a house of prayer --
Informality at worship --
The synagogue as a house of study --
The synagogue as a center of community life --
The seat of self-government --
Democracy in the synagogue --
The functionaries of the synagogue --
The synagogue aristocracy --
Women in the synagogue --
Children in the synagogue --
The end of an era --
Conclusion --
Jewish worship in modern times --
Correcting the text of the Siddur --
Decorum at prayer --
Translation of the prayers --
The pitfalls of translation --
English translations of the Siddur --
Enrichment of the traditional prayer book --
Radical reform of the liturgy --
The prayer book of the German reform --
Synagogue --
The reform movement in America --
Abbreviation of the liturgy --
Changes motivated by the New theology --
Transformation of the rituals --
Criticism of the reform prayer book --
Counterreform --
The founding of the conservative movement --
The reconstructionist prayer book --
Revisions of The Union Prayerbook --
The Dillema of the modern Jew --
Why some have ceased to pray --
"The righteous shall live by his faith."
Responsibility: by Abraham E. Millgram.

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